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Sessions with Copeland’s Haters

About a year after his last studio album, a self-titled trip through non-twangy but C&W-influenced Americana (“Copeland’s Time,” Nov. 2, 2011), Fort Worth singer-songwriter...

Sean Russell Returns

 Probably more so than any other local musician, Fort Worth Americana-pop singer-songwriter Sean Russell is a fan of local music. Seriously. He’s rabid. You...

Stumptone: Forty Worth Music

You know that odd feeling you get when you put on a record that doesn’t seem that old to you but that is completely...

Local Bands/Acts Streaming Concerts

Local Bands/Acts Streaming Concerts  I’m not sure how it plays with the women who see it beneath my profile picture, but the bio line I’ve...

From the Grotto to Bronco’s

What the hell. You're running a bar that's lousy with musicians, might as well put 'em to work. In fact, the only Blue Grotto...

Tidals, Wire Nest, Go!

I’ve got to admit. I’ve been underselling Fort Worth for years now, labeling my adopted city a “cultural backwater” not directly –– never directly...

Mind Spiders: Rise of the Machines

We may very well be headed for some dystopian future with man battling silicon hordes of sentient computers. But on their new album, Mind...

Hint of Speed

In the summer of ’99, I spent a lot of time playing Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater on the Sony Playstation. One of those bands...

Calhoun on Heavy Sugar

Calhoun has embraced pop. Not that the style was inherently anathema to co-songwriters Tim Locke and Jordan Roberts. But never before have...

Rock for Trump!

Don’t be fooled. It can’t be real. A couple of weeks ago, an ad appeared on Dallas’ Craigslist seeking “conservative musicians” for a “new tour,”...